Isaac Frost provisionally suspended from playing professional tennis 


Australian tennis player Isaac Frost, 28, has been provisionally suspended from playing professional tennis by independent anti-corruption Hearing Officer Richard McLaren.

The suspension applies with immediate effect and will remain in place until the conclusion of Tennis Integrity Unit investigations into alleged breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (Program). During this period Mr Frost, most recently ranked 1498, is excluded from competing in, or attending, any tournament or event organised or sanctioned by the governing bodies of tennis.

Mr Frost has previously been sanctioned under the sport’s anti-corruption Program, having been suspended between 3 October 2013 and 4 September 2014 for not co-operating with a TIU investigation.


Published 02 July 2017 12:12

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